Psychology is the study of behaviors and mental processes, exploring topics such as emotional health and learning abilities. Experimental, observational, and case study methods are employed to learn psychological theories, facts, and principles. Learning how to do field research and write case studies is also a part of learning psychology. Students interested in careers as social workers, clinical psychologists, school counselors, or psychotherapists should opt for psychology.
Psychology is offered under the School of Social Sciences at Thames, where students take courses in writing, research, critical thinking, and various courses in psychology. Students under the School of Social Sciences at Thames are encouraged to keep up with new ideas being implemented in the field, brainstorm ideas in the classroom, and acquire hand-on experience through activities organized by the college as well as internship opportunities.
Degrees under which you can study Psychology
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